BAE Settles $6.4M Row With US Over 'Decrepit' Plane's Repair

By Michael Macagnone (April 15, 2015, 7:24 PM EDT) -- BAE Systems PLC has settled a three-year battle with the U.S. over $6.4 million in repair costs for a single "decrepit" C-130 aircraft the Philippines government acquired through the Foreign Military Sales program, according to a Thursday filing in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims.

The two sides were disputing $6.4 million in costs as part of a total $12 million bill to the U.S. Air Force for repairing the C-130, according to court documents. They entered into the settlement on March 25, but the terms of the agreement were not included in court filings. The Thursday order dismissed the suit...

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